On Mon, Nov 25, 2013 at 09:32:13AM -0500, Jeff King wrote:

> > But I then decided that if a 3rd library has one way to generate
> > SIGPIPE it may very well have another in a separate spot so I decided
> > to do the wrap at the top level immediately in the entry point when
> > getting called by the application. Following that, the SIGPIPE
> > ignore/restore should rather be made in curl_multi_cleanup.
> Unfortunately, we need an actual SessionHandle to know whether it is OK
> to reset signals at all. There may be a more elegant way of checking
> that, but here's the patch series I came up with.

Scratch that.  I had originally written something like:

  if (conn->data)
    sigpipe_ignore(conn->data, &pipe);
  Curl_disconnect(conn, ...);

but while sending it out, I realized that the "data" we attach to each
connection when we close it is just the multi->closure_handle. So I was
able to hoist the check out to curl_multi_cleanup (and that's what I
just sent).

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